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Education & Asperger’s Syndrome

Richard L. Simpson, Ed.D. is one of the pioneers in the education of autism and Asperger's syndrome. He has presented in his work at numerous conferences and workshops,

Education & Asperger’s Syndrome2019-06-03T10:09:02-05:00

Design with Autism in Mind

Professionals who design building structures typically account for perceptual or cognitive challenges experienced by individuals with various disabilities. Sometimes these challenges are referred to as the “invisible

Design with Autism in Mind2019-05-29T09:26:18-05:00

Aging in Autism: A Call to Action

By Stephen M. Edelson, Ph.D., Autism Research Institute, and Margaret L. Bauman, M.D., Boston University School of Medicine Aging in autism - a call to action for seniors

Aging in Autism: A Call to Action2019-05-04T21:01:10-05:00

Stress & Anxiety Reduction

Watch next: Behavioral Strategies for Anxiety in ASD Anxiety and ASD Learn about emerging research on comorbid anxiety in individuals with autism spectrum disorder

Stress & Anxiety Reduction2019-05-08T10:55:16-05:00

Auditory Processing Problems in ASD

Autism is sometimes described as a social/communication problem. Processing auditory information is a critical component of social communication, and people with autism spectrum disorders typically have problems processing

Auditory Processing Problems in ASD2019-04-15T17:12:24-05:00

Local 25 Donates $25k for Research and Education

September 1, 2018 Local 25 Boston Teamsters renewed their support for ARI's research and education initiatives earlier this month with a $25,000 gift. ARI Executive Director, Stephen Edelson,

Local 25 Donates $25k for Research and Education2019-04-15T19:15:08-05:00

ARI Accomplishments in 2012

The Autism Research Institute (ARI) has a 44-year track record of pioneering and leadership in the autism field. We provide families and professionals with the information needed for

ARI Accomplishments in 20122019-01-18T11:58:46-05:00

ARI Accomplishments in 2013

We at the Autism Research Institute (ARI) are proud of our 46-year history of leadership in the autism community. Much of our efforts are focused on networking with

ARI Accomplishments in 20132019-01-18T11:41:49-05:00

ARI Accomplishments in 2015

Outreach ARI now offers, in joint providership with the Cleveland Clinic, complimentary webcasts offering AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ to physicians and the general public on gastrointestinal,

ARI Accomplishments in 20152019-01-18T11:39:43-05:00

Meet Our Executive Director

Stephen M. Edelson, Ph.D., is the director of the Autism Research Institute. Active in the field of autism for over 30 years, he was named director of

Meet Our Executive Director2018-12-31T09:16:32-05:00

ARI Earns 4 Stars from Charity Navigator

SAN DIEGO, JUNE 1, 2018 – The Autism Research Institute’s sound fiscal management practices and commitment to accountability and transparency have earned it another 4-star

ARI Earns 4 Stars from Charity Navigator2019-06-10T12:18:43-05:00

Resources: Deaf/HOH & Blind/Visually Impaired With ASD

About ARI's Deaf/HOH & Blind/Visually Impaired Network What is the Network? A compilation of parents, affected individuals and professionals with special interest in people with autism and

Resources: Deaf/HOH & Blind/Visually Impaired With ASD2019-06-09T11:35:33-05:00

Newly Diagnosed

By Stephen M. Edelson, Ph.D. Over the past 30 years I have been fortunate to conduct research in several areas of autism and to collaborate with many of

Newly Diagnosed2019-05-29T07:05:39-05:00

ARI Staff Members and Consultants

Stephen Edelson, Ph.D. | Executive Director Stephen M. Edelson, Ph.D., is the director of the Autism Research Institute. Active in the field of

ARI Staff Members and Consultants2019-06-13T19:18:53-05:00

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